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Have you always loved the great outdoors? You can play your part in protecting Mother Nature when you choose a career in Conservation and Land Management.
A Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management will give you specialist training in biodiversity conservation, restoration ecology, taking assessments of natural environments and so much more.
You’ll learn the knowledge and skills to work in increasingly important sectors, such as fauna habitat management, mine site rehabilitation, bushland fire management and ecological restoration. Wherever your passion lies, you’ll play your part in conserving our planet.
The qualification is delivered 3-4 days a week over a seven-month period from the Forestec Campus, Kalimna West.
Units are delivered in block format and run over 3-4 weeks. It’s designed to be really flexible and hands-on, so whilst there is classroom-based learning, the majority of this course is undertaken in the field.
What’s even better, is that all excursion costs are covered – you’ll only need to supply your food, drink and wear appropriate clothing and footwear.
When you complete this course, the industry tickets you’ll gain are:
- Chemical users course
- Operate a 4x4 (participants must have a manual car licence)
- Cross cut chainsaw ticket
This can lead to a number of working roles, like Indigenous land management, lands, parks and wildlife roles, natural area management or project firefighters. You might also want to take your studies further!
You can do this by studying a Diploma in Conservation and Land Management, which will increase your skill-set and enhance your employment opportunities.
Go on, get started in this dynamic and exciting industry today!
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 9am - 3pm
Qualifications and RecognitionUpon successful completion of this course students will be eligible to receive the Certificate III Conservation and Land Management.
Indigenous land management, lands, parks and wildlife roles, natural area management, project firefighters
Opportunities for Further Study
Recommended entry requirements
- Not for course but only for unit FWPCOT3259 Operate a four wheel drive on unsealed roads participants require a manual licence and at a minimum hold a probationary licence- If participants do not meet this requirement it is recommended they undertake a first aid course FFS and credit transfer to meet the qualification packaging rules
Limitations to entry
- LLN results
Specialist Course Information
Pathway to Industry Licence
Material and Equipment supplied by students
- Suitable clothing
- footwear for field trips
Student ServicesSupport is available for students at every stage of the study journey. Please speak to any of our friendly reception or teaching staff.
Recognition of Prior LearningMany TAFE Gippsland courses offer Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Click to learn more about RPL and how it can benefit you.
|FWPCOT3202 Navigate In Remote Or Trackless Areas|
|HLTAID003 Provide first aid|
|AHCCHM304 Transport and store chemicals|
|AHCLPW306 Undertake Sampling And Testing Of Water|
|AHCPCM303 Identify Plant Specimens|
|AHCPMG301 Control Weeds|
|AHCWHS301 Contribute to work health and safety processes|
|AHCWRK309 Apply environmentally sustainable work practices|
|AHCWRK311 Conduct Site Inspections|
|FWPCOT2239 Trim And Cut Felled Trees|
|FWPCOT3259 Operate A Four Wheel Drive On Unsealed Roads|
|AHCNAR306 Conduct photography for fieldwork|
|AHCNAR303 Implement revegetation works|
|AHCNAR301 Maintain natural areas|
|AHCINF303 Plan and construct conventional fencing|
|AHCPMG309 Apply pest animal control techniques|
|AHCCHM307 Prepare and apply chemicals to control pest, weeds and diseases|
Competence is determined through practical based activities.